Libby Hostetler, Anna Lauffenburger and Vanessa Rodriguez, seniors at Waynedale High School, are candidates for homecoming queen. The Fall Homecoming game will be Friday again Norwayne.
Hostetler, daughter of Ryan and Steph Hostetler, played soccer for three years. She participates in MCA’s youth group and serves on the student leadership team. After high school, she plans to work as a nanny.
She will be escorted by her father and senior football player Jaiden Barnes, son of Cory and Steph Barnes.
Lauffenburger, daughter of Peter and Becca Lauffenburger, played soccer for four years and has served as a captain for the last two years. She is the president of Student Council and president of the senior class. She is a member of National Honor Society and band. She plans to attend The Ohio State University next year as a business major.
She will be escorted by her father and senior football player Brayden Kidd, son of Jessie and Ea Kidd.
Rodriguez, daughter of Olger and Cheryl Rodriguez, played soccer for four years and is a team captain. She is a member of National Honor Society, band and art club. She plans on attending college, but is undecided on a major.
She will be escorted by her father and senior football player Timmy Short, son of Jason and Effie Short.
The junior attendant is Cailey Miller, daughter of Cory and Sheri Miller. She will be escorted by junior football player Jeremy Reber, son of Doug and Valerie Reber.
Sophomore attendant, Tessa St. John, daughter of Brent and Christina St. John, will be escorted by sophomore football player Josh Yoder, son of Dave and Mae Yoder.
The freshman attendant is Adi Weirick, daughter of Nate and Brooke Weeirick, and she will be escorted by freshman football player Jayden Hochstetler, son of Jason and Angela Hochstetler.
Past Queen Emma Miller, daughter of Les and Lori Miller, will crown this year’s queen. She is a freshman at the University of Mount Union studying history. She will be escorted by senior football player Brant Herman, son of Brad and Kelly Herman.
This article originally appeared on The Daily Record: Waynedale announces homecoming court; three seniors vie for queen